Cross-Border Trade Dispute
Cross-Border Trade Dispute

Case Analysis of a Soybean Cargo Damage Compensation Dispute in China

The case revolves around a soybean cargo damage compensation dispute, which was adjudicated by the Xiamen Maritime Court. It involved multiple foreign parties (from Brazil, Singapore, Liberia, and Greece), the issuance of an anti-suit injunction in the UK, and London arbitration proceedings.

Can Foreign Judicial Documents Be Served to a Recipient in China by Mail From Abroad? – Service of Process and Hague Service Convention Series (2)

No. The Ministry of Justice is the only legal authority to receive requests for service of judicial document from abroad.

Is CISG Automatically Applicable in China?

The answer is YES, as long as the international sales of goods contracts are concluded between parties whose places of business are in different Contracting States of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (the “CISG”). In such cases, the Chinese courts shall apply the Convention automatically.

Why Does the Lawyer Appointed by SINOSURE Ask Me to Pay Even in Case of Chinese Exporter’s Fraud?

Have you ever encountered with the situation where the lawyers appointed by China Export & Credit Insurance Corporation (hereinafter referred to as “SINOSURE”) to collect the payment for goods from you?